Date: Fri, 29 Sep 2000 11:22:41 -0700 (PDT) From: Todd Hansen
10659 = 4ft dishes (only 1 of the three boxed antennas are ours). They come with the radome attached correctly, where as the 6ft come with the radome not attached. 10660 = different view of 4ft dishes in cases. 10661 = my attempt to capture the connector/mount of the 4ft dishes. I guess they ship with the feed horn already in the dish. 10662 = Bud next to the 6ft dishes in boxes. They come with the radome not attached and the feed horn not attached. I guess that is how they fit them in a narrow box. 10663 = another view of the 6ft dishes 10664 = a view of the back side of teh 6ft dishes, you can see no hardware attached. 10665 = similar thing 10666 = view of radome being hidden inside the 6ft dish for shipping 10667 = you can see the equipment boxes that are shipped with the 6ft dishes 10668 = a view of the 4ft dish of ours that Glen is putting together 10669 = another view from above 10670 = side view, the radome is below the black line but it is in the shade so you can't really tell it from the trash can it is sitting on top of. 10671 = a good view of the 4ft connectors 10672 = another view of the antenna 10673 = a case that Glen was thinking about using for a site but may junk. Bud was thinking about it possibly for our Pala mtn install 10674 = another view 10675 = another view 10676 = a shot of the tsunami radio this is the front side, notice how the antenna cable will make it difficult if our rack does not have enough clearance in the front. 10677 = back view of the radio 10678 = a clearer shot of the tsunami radio 10679 = a shot of how the antenna cables might work 10680 = nothing interesting 10681 = the sheet on top of the radio 10682 = the yagi antenna Glen has 10683 = another view 10684 = an omni directional antenna that glenn showed us, very cheap and looks bad but supposedly works really well (2.4 GHz).